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South Korea-led AI human rights bill adopted by UN

South Korea-led AI human rights bill adopted by UN A human rights resolution on artificial intelligence (AI) led by the South Korean government was adopted by the UN.

Bill Gates isn’t too scared about AI

The billionaire business magnate and philanthropist made his case in a post on his personal blog GatesNotes today. “I need to acknowledge the concerns I hear and skim most frequently, a lot of...

Artificial intelligence regulation bill passed by European Parliament

The European Union (EU) artificial intelligence (AI) regulatory bill has passed the parliament. It's the world's first AI regulation law. A lot of foreign media including the Guardian reported on the 14th (local time)...

Government pronounces ‘Digital Bill of Rights’ in September to present digital order

The federal government will announce the 'Digital Bill of Rights' in September, which can present the essential direction of the brand new digital order. To this end, a public-private consultative body will likely...

UK’s first artificial intelligence white paper released…regulation bill to be introduced next 12 months

The British government has released a white paper on artificial intelligence (AI). Based on this, a regulatory bill can be introduced next 12 months. The UK government announced on the twenty eighth (local time)...

Ministry of Science and ICT publicizes digital recent order roadmap and ‘Digital Bill of Rights’ within the second half of the yr

The federal government will present a 'digital recent order roadmap' and 'digital bill of rights' within the second half of this yr. The Ministry of Science and ICT (Minister Lee Jong-ho) announced on the 2nd...

Bill Gates “ChatGPT and other generative AI are crucial innovations…will change the world”

Microsoft founder Bill Gates said that generative artificial intelligence (AI), corresponding to ChatGPT, is crucial innovation today and can change the world through it. Bill Gates appeared on the podcast of Handelsblatt, a German business...

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